What is “The Wild Hunt”?
What is “modern Paganism”?
Do you cover other religious traditions?
What is the political stance of this site?
Will you review my book/CD?
Do you accept advertising/endorse products?
Who hosts this site?
How can I contact the editor or writers of The Wild Hunt Inc.?
Can I donate toThe Wild Hunt Inc?
Is my donation tax-deductible?
Do you have any conflicts of interest?
Can I copy or re-publish a story on your blog?
In simple terms, this is a daily updated news blog that concerns itself with the events of interest to or happening within the modern Pagan, Polytheist and Heathen communities. Our mission is to raise the standard of journalistic discourse regarding our religions from within and without. Consider it an exercise in advocacy journalism, where a decidedly “pro-Paganism” view is exercised. As for the name itself, we feel the Wikipedia article on the subject sums things up rather well.
Modern or “neo” Paganism is (according to Wikipedia): “an umbrella term used to identify a wide variety of new religious movements, particularly those influenced by ancient and pre-Abrahamic Pagan religions.” Like all umbrella terms it has its limitations and dissenters, but serves well enough when speaking broadly about our diverse religious communities. Some modern alternative religions include, but are not limited to, Wicca, Druidry, Ásatrú, the Goddess movement, Celtic Reconstructionism, and Hellenismos.
Yes. We will often deal with religions and philosophies that have ties to the modern Pagan movement like Aleister Crowley’s Thelema, the Afro-Diasporic faiths (Vodou, Lucumi, etc), and various forms of occultism. In addition, we will sometimes cover stories involving indigenous religions, Hinduism, and other non-monotheistic religious communities.
This blog doesn’t advocate for a specific political party or ideology. If this blog has any political stance it is a “pro-Pagan” one. Political issues important to modern Pagans, such as environmentalism and religious freedom, will be covered when appropriate. Pagan and non-Pagan readers come from across the political spectrum and are all welcome to engage in respectful conversation here.
As to controversies within the Pagan community, The Wild Hunt Inc. will remain neutral with regard to doctrinal splits.
We are always open to reviewing works that mesh with our interests.
Books. Generally speaking we are interested in books on religion and modern Paganism that go beyond the obvious overview. We are not a fan of spell-books or rehashed information on Wicca (unless you think you are the second coming of Starhawk, then by all means try to win us over). Sociology, autobiography, anthropology, theology, history, and analysis of pop-culture are areas we are particularly interested in. Otherwise, if you think we would just love your book you are welcome to give it a shot.
We will consider music and films as well that fit within a similar range of interests.
Disclaimer: We don’t send stuff back. We won’t review it, if we don’t like the material or if it doesn’t inspire us. We also won’t take down a review you don’t like. We will review as time and space allow. If all that is fine with you, contact us for shipping information.
We do not endorse products. We do not accept paid content. The ads seen on our page are courtesy our Fall Funding donors.
Beginning in 2016, we did begin a program that allows for limited amount of advertising on our daily news e-blast. Use our contact form for more information.
We do. We’re independently-operated media site with non-profit status through Independent Arts & Media. We are completely funded by our readers. Every dollar raised is put back into paying our writers, expanding our research and developing our site.
For all media and press inquiries, please email the editor directly at editor at wildhunt dot org. For submissions, corrections, story tips, letters to the editor, advertising information or other fantastic ideas, please use the contact form.
You can also reach us by mail: The Wild Hunt, 1205 Johnson Ferry Road, Ste. 136458, Marietta GA, 30068.
Thanks for asking. Yes, you can. We accept donations throughout the year, as well as at our annual Fall Funding Drive. The easiest method is to use the PayPal button on the sidebar. Or, if you prefer, you can send your donation via mail either directly to us or to Independent Arts & Media. Contact us for the mailing address. All checks should be made out to The Wild Hunt, Inc.
We receive our non-profit status through our fiscal sponsor, Independent Arts & Media. All donations made using our sidebar PayPal button or sent directly to Independent Arts & Media are tax-deductible. If you choose to send a check directly to us, your donation is not tax-deductible.
Do you accept advertising?
Our writers and editors serve on various boards and work within other Pagan organizations. Any conflicts that might affect or influence a particular story are dealt with as they arise.
The material on this site may not be reproduced, translated, reprinted or otherwise used both electronically or on paper, without prior written consent from The Wild Hunt Inc.
Adopted Jan 2009. Revised July. 2016